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Silver Bow County 2003 




Count of Persons by Age, Race, 


and Gender 




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Two 


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Latino of 


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Races 


any Race 




Total Female 


Total Female 


Total Female 


Total Female 


Total Female 


Total Female 


5 to 9 


1,836 944 


5 2 


65 27 


10 8 


51 27 


97 59 


1 to 14 


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5 3 


85 36 


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84 47 


1 5 to 19 


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Races 


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521 257 


149 66 


266 135 


692 357 


15-64 


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131 54 


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628 317 


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128 56 


224 113 


612 315 


20-64 


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432 210 


110 44 


197 97 


548 275 


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63 37 


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143 73 


261 148 


20 to 44 


10,007 4,845 


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74 25 


132 65 


361 174 


45 to 64 


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139 65 


36 19 


65 32 


187 101 


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18 12 


27 16 


64 40 


Total 


31,855 16,139 


61 29 


720 346 


169 78 


403 207 


936 500 


Source 
Compil 


: U.S. Census Bureau, 2003 Population Estimates, 
ed by: Research & Analysis Bureau. 








MONTA_NA_ 

Depailineiii of Labor and 




For Silver Bow County 




Top 20 Private Employers in Silver Bow County 
Listed in Alphabetical Order 



Advanced Silicon Materials 

Aware Inc. 

Butte Convalescent Center 

Butte GM Auto Center 

Children's Comprehensive Services 



Crest Nursing Home 
Easter Seals - Goodwill 
Harrington Restaurant Supply 
Herbergers 
MSEInc. 



Community Counseling & Correctional Service Montana Resources 
Community Health Center Montana Standard 



Northwestern Energy 

Perkins Family Restaurant & Bakery 

Rocky Mountain Clinic 

St. James Community Hospital 

Town Pump 

Wal-Mart 



Source: Montana Department of Labor & Industry, Research & Analysis Bureau 
Third Quarter 2004 Unemployment Insurance Information. This list includes ONLY private 
industry employers subject to Unemployment Insurance. Railroads and city, county, state, and 
federal government agencies (including public school districts and universities) are excluded. 




Cities and Towns in Silver Bow County 

Butte ^ Divide ^ Melrose ^ Ramsay ^ Walkerville 




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RESEARCH & ANALYSIS BUREAU 



WORKFORCE SERVICES DIVISION 
MONTANA DEPARTMENT OF LABOR & INDUSTRY 



For the most current county-by-county information, visit our website at 

www.ourfactsyourfuture.org June 2005 



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County 



Located in southwestern Montana, Silver Bow County is Montana's eighth 
most populous with 33,093 residents, according to the 2004 Census Bureau 
estimates. Butte, the county seat, is the state's fourth largest city with a 
population of 32,5 19, according to the 2003 Census Bureau estimates. The 
county of Silver Bow (excluding the town of Walkerville) and the city of Butte 
are consolidated under an elected executive form of government. 

The 2003 Emplovment bv Industrv table on the inside shows government is 





2000 Silver Bow County 






Commuters 


by Location 




County of 


# Who Work 


County of 


# Who Live 


Residence 


in Silver Bow 


Work 


in Silver Bow 




County 




County 


Out of State 


1 15 


Out of State 


132 


Beaverhead County 


76 


Beaverhead County 


59 


Chouteau County 


9 


Cascade County 


6 


Deer Lodge County 


527 


Deer Lodge County 


160 


Gallatin County 


48 


Gallatin County 


92 


G ranite County 


36 


G ranite County 


13 


Jefferson County 


386 


Jefferson County 


202 


Lewis & Clark County 


38 


Lewis & Clark County 


102 


Madison County 


60 


Missoula County 


97 



Silver Bow County 
Annual Average Labor Force 



Year 

2004 


Civilian 
Labor Force 

16,652 


Employed 

15,851 


Unemployed 

801 


Unemployment 
Rate 

4.8% 


2003 


16,627^ 


^ 15,832 


795 


4.8% 


2002 


16,461 


15,807 


834 


5.0% 


2001 


16,601 


15,775 


826 


5.0% 


2000 


16,764 


15,775 


989 


5.9% 



Source: These estimates are provisional estimates produced by the U.S. Depart- 
ment of Labor's, Bureau of Labor Statistics, and will be revised further in 2005. 



Resources 



Census and Economic Information for Montana: 

Census and Economic Information Center, Montana Department of Commerce, P. O. Box 
200505, Helena, MT 59620-0505, 406-841-2740 or check out the Internet website at: 
http ://ceic.commerce.mt.go v/ 

Chamber of Commerce: P 

Butte-Silver Bow Chamber, 1000 George St., Butte, MT 59701, 406-723-3 177, 
http://www.butteinfo.org 

Dep^^rcnt of Labor and Industry: ^ 

Butte Job Service Workforce Center 

2201 White Blvd., Butte, MT 59702, 406-494-0300, http://jsd.dli.mt.gov/local/butte/ 

Economic Development: 

Butte Local Development Corporation, P. O. Box 507, 305 W. Mercury, Butte, MT 59701, 
406-723-4349 

Internet: 1^ 

Montana Workforce Services home page for job listings at http://jsd.dli.mt.gov/ 

For information on the Internet about the cities and towns of Butte, Divide, Melrose, and 

Walkerville, go to http://www.visitmt.com and click on "cities and towns." 

Montana Motor Vehicle Division: 
Drivers ' Licensing 
Butte— 3615 Wynne St., 406-533-6630 

Postsecondary Education Institutions: J 

Montana University System 

Montana Tech of the University of Montana, 1300 W. Park St., Butte, MT 59701, 
800-445-TECH, http://www.mtech.edu/ 

Montana Tech of the University of Montana College of Technology, 25 Basin Creek Road, 
Butte, MT 59701, 406-496-3707, http://www.mtech.edu/cot_tech/ 

f Newspaper: 

Montana Standard, 25 W. Granite St., Butte, MT 59701, 406-496-5500, 
http://www.montanastandard.com/ 

Public Library: ) 

Butte-Silver Bow Public Library, 226 W. Broadway, Butte, MT 59701-9224, 406-723-3361 

f Silver Bovv^ County Public Schools, Kindergarten through 12th Grade:^) 

Butte Public Schools, 1 1 1 N. Montana, Butte, MT 59701, 406-533-2501 
Divide Elementary, R O. Box 9, Divide, MT 59727, 406-782-8601 
Melrose Elementary, RO. Box 128, Melrose, MT 59743,406-835-3106 
Ramsay Elementary, R O. Box 105, Ramsay, MT 59748, 406-782-5470 



Montana Department of Labor & Industry's 
Research & Analysis Bureau 



For information on employment by industry, new businesses, labor market informa- 
tion, job projections, and hourly pay by occupation, contact our office at: 

P.O. Box 1728 Helena, MT 59624 

Phone: (406) 444-2430/Fax: (406) 444-2638 Toll Free: (800) 541-3904 

Or check out our website at: 

www.ourfactsyourfuture.org 

Be sure to check our location quotients for Silver Bow County on the website. Location quotients are a measure of the 
concentration of an industry's employment in Silver Bow County relative to the nation as a whole. A location quotient greater 
than 1 gfiierally indicates that the industry is 'more concentrated in Silver Bow County than in the nation ^s a whqje, whiles'? 
location quotient less than 1 indicates it is less concentrated in Silver Bow County than in the natimi aj 
a whole. 




Silver Bow County Farms and Ranches 



Total Farms and Ranches 

Oilseed & Grain Farming 

Vegetable & Melon Farming 

Fruit & Tree Nut Farming 

Greenhouse, Nursery & Floriculture Production 

Sugar Beets, Hay & All Other Crops 

Beef Cattle Ranching & Farming 

Cattle Feedlots 

Dairy Cattle & Milk Production 

Hog & Pig Farming 

Poultry & Egg Production 

Sheep & Goat Farming 

Animal Aquaculture & Other Animal Production 



155 

1 



2 

2 

16 

61 

2 

2 

2 

2 



65 



Source: USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service, 2002 Census of Agriculture. 



Silver Bow County Per 


Capita Personal Income 


Year 


$35,000 


Per Capita Personal Income 




%of 
National 
Average 


$30,000 
$25,000 
$20,000 
$15,000 
$10,000 
$5,000 












-' ' ' ' 


. ' ' ^^^ 


11--—— — — "^ 




--■U.S. 

— Silver Bow 


— 






$0 

c 
U.S. 


Silver Bow 
County 


%of 
National 
Average 


Year 


Silver Bow 
U.S. County 


2003 


$31,472 $26,522 


84% 


1996 


$24,175 $19,219 


79% 


2002 


$30,804 $25,517 


83% 


1995 


$23,076 $18,702 


81% 


2001 


$30,575 $24,777 


81% 


1994 


$22,172 $17,699 


80% 


2000 


$29,847 $22,691 


76% 


1993 


$21,346 $17,053 


80% 


1999 


$27,939 $21,648 


77% 


1992 


$20,854 $16,774 


80% 


1998 


$26,883 $21,652 


81% 


1991 


$19,892 $16,122 


81% 


1997 


$25,334 $21,238 


84% 


1990 


$19,477 $15,584 


80% 




Sou rce: U 
R egional 


.S. D epartm ent of Com 
E conom ic Inform ation 


m erce, B u 
System . 


reau of 
R eleased 


: conom ic A nalysis, 
Septem ber 2004. 





Silver Bow County Employment by Industry- 
Annual Averages 2003 



Industry 


# of Establish 
ments 


Average Annual 
Employment 


Annual Wages 
Paid 


Industry 


# of Establish 
ments 


Average Annual 
Employment 


Annual Wages 1 
Paid 1 


TOTAL ALL INDUSTRIES 


1226 


14596 


$415,850,129 


Air transportation 


2 


Non Disclosable | 


TOTAL PRIVATE 


1170 


12231 


$335,239,698 


Truck transportation 


18 


109 


$4,096,947 I 


AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY, FISHING & HUNTING 


6 


26 


$665,800 


Transit and ground passenger transport 


2 


Non Disclosable 1 


Crop production 


2 


Non Disclosable 


Pipeline transportation 


1 


Non Disclosable | 


Animal production 


3 


20 


$593,841 


Support activities for transportation 


7 


45 


$1,314,134 I 


Agriculture & forestry support 


1 


Non Disclosable 


Couriers and messengers 


4 


66 


$2,202,391 1 


MINING 


7 


408 


$19,205,306 


Warehousing and storage 


2 


Non Disclosable | 


Oil and gas extraction 


1 


Non Disclosable 


INFORMATION 


25 


347 


$11,946,821 I 


Mining, except oil and gas 


3 


Non Disclosable 


Publishing industries, except Internet 


5 


Non Disclosable | 


Support activities for mining 


3 


Non Disclosable 


Motion picture, sound recording industry 


2 


Non Disclosable | 


UTILITIES 


11 


563 


$34,909,403 


Broadcasting, except Internet 


5 


73 


$1,914,874 I 


CONSTRUCTION 


110 


456 


$14,577,004 


Telecommunications 


12 


125 


$6,131,665 1 


Construction of buildings 


35 


141 


$4,182,427 


ISPs, search portals, & data processing 


2 


Non Disclosable | 


Heavy and civil engineering construction 


12 


61 


$2,807,265 


FINANCE AND INSURANCE 


58 


299 


$11,096,023 I 


Specialty trade contractors 


63 


255 


$7,587,312 


Credit intermediation & related activity 


26 


193 


$5,964,718 1 


MANUFACTURING 


39 


552 


$22,051,178 


Securities, comm. contracts, investments 


10 


Non Disclosable | 


Food manufacturing 


7 


43 


$573,956 


Insurance carriers & related activities 


22 


65 


$2,600,793 


Beverage and tobacco product mfg 


3 


102 


$2,788,499 


REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AND LEASING 


43 


169 


$2,729,611 


Textile product mills 


1 


Non Disclosable 


Real estate 


31 


69 


$1,411,713 


Wood product manufacturing 


4 


14 


$222,724 


Rental and leasing services 


12 


100 


$1,317,898 


Printing and related support activities 


4 


28 


$600,909 


PROFESSIONAL AND TECHNICAL SERVICES 


104 


793 


$35,957,721 


Petroleum & coal products manufacturing 


1 


Non Disclosable 


MANAGEMENT OF COMPANIES AND ENTERPRISES 


1 


Non Disclosable | 


Chemical manufacturing 


3 


Non Disclosable 


ADMINISTRATIVE AND WASTE SERVICES 


56 


492 


$11,940,143 


Nonmetallic mineral product mfg 


3 


35 


$1,075,233 


Administrative and support services 


52 


459 


$11,050,450 


Primary metal manufacturing 


1 


Non Disclosable 


Waste management and remediation service 


4 


33 


$889,693 


Fabricated metal product manufacturing 


5 


36 


$784,042 


EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 


12 


137 


$1,650,688 


Machinery manufacturing 


1 


Non Disclosable 


HEALTH CARE AND SOCIAL ASSISTANCE 


153 


2389 


$64,603,021 


Furniture and related product mfg 


1 


Non Disclosable 


Ambulatory health care services 


98 


753 


$25,082,417 


Miscellaneous manufacturing 


6 


9 


$170,293 


Hospitals 


4 


787 


$25,600,083 


WHOLESALE TRADE 


53 


382 


$12,071,259 


Nursing and residential care facilities 


18 


541 


$8,667,843 


Merchant wholesalers, durable goods 


31 


191 


$6,082,886 


Social assistance 


34 


308 


$5,252,678 


Merchant wholesalers, nondurable goods 


15 


163 


$4,982,702 


ARTS, ENTERTAINMENT, AND RECREATION 


41 


370 


$4,588,379 


Electronic markets & agents and brokers 


7 


28 


$1,005,671 


Performing arts and spectator sports 


6 


35 


$492,700 


RETAIL TRADE 


170 


2178 


$44,312,028 


Museums, historical sites, zoos, & parks 


3 


23 


$180,941 


Motor vehicle and parts dealers 


25 


327 


$9,017,610 


Amusements, gambling, and recreation 


32 


311 


$3,914,738 


Furniture and home furnishings stores 


15 


88 


$2,796,678 


ACCOMMODATION AND FOOD SERVICES 


127 


1694 


$19,107,070 


Electronics and appliance stores 


9 


58 


$1,532,395 


Accommodation 


17 


361 


$4,135,523 


Building material & garden supply stores 


16 


129 
216 


$3,317,373 
ct4 cyn 077 


Food services and drinking places 


110 
^^^^^^^^H 120 


1334 
553 


$14,971,547 
ctq p7i r\-\A 


Health and personal care stores 


9 


62 


Cp't,D 1 \J,c.l 1 

$1,491,311 


Repair and maintenance 


41 


179 


Cpi7,£-/ 1 ,U 1 M- 

$3,836,531 


Gasoline stations ^^^^^| 


^^^F 


178 


$2,753,508 


Personal and laundry services ^^^^^^^| 


^^^F 


86 


$1,282,106 


Clothing and clothing accessories stores 


17 


65 


$847,900 


Membership associations & organizations 


48 


272 


$3,988,672 






115 


$1,209,208 


Private households 




17 


$163,705 


General merchandise stores 


9 


642 


$11,849,546 


TOTAL GOVERNMENT 


57 


2365 


$80,610,431 


Miscellaneous store retailers 


25 


256 


$3,943,491 


Local Government 


10 


1186 


$36,234,146 


Nonstore retailers 


9 


44 


$882,731 


State Government 


19 


870 


$28,898,392 


TRANSPORTATION AND WAREHOUSING 


36 


299 


$9,228,650 


Federal Government 


28 


309 


$15,477,893 


Source: Montana Department of Labor and Industry, Research and Analysis Bureau. (Totals may not add due to nondisclosure of confidential industry data or to rounding.) *This data is based on the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW) series which 
compiles data reported by all employers covered under Montana unemployment insurance. 



Silver Bow County 
Annual Average Labor Force 



Year 

2004 


Civilian 
Labor Force 

16,652 


Employed 

15,851 


Unemployed 

801 


Unemployment 
Rate 

4.8% 


2003 


16,627^ 


^ 15,832 


795 


4.8% 


2002 


16,461 


15,807 


834 


5.0% 


2001 


16,601 


15,775 


826 


5.0% 


2000 


16,764 


15,775 


989 


5.9% 



Source: These estimates are provisional estimates produced by the U.S. Depart- 
ment of Labor's, Bureau of Labor Statistics, and will be revised further in 2005. 



Resources 



Census and Economic Information for Montana: 

Census and Economic Information Center, Montana Department of Commerce, P. O. Box 
200505, Helena, MT 59620-0505, 406-841-2740 or check out the Internet website at: 
http ://ceic.commerce.mt.go v/ 

Chamber of Commerce: P 

Butte-Silver Bow Chamber, 1000 George St., Butte, MT 59701, 406-723-3 177, 
http://www.butteinfo.org 

Dep^^rcnt of Labor and Industry: ^ 

Butte Job Service Workforce Center 

2201 White Blvd., Butte, MT 59702, 406-494-0300, http://jsd.dli.mt.gov/local/butte/ 

Economic Development: 

Butte Local Development Corporation, P. O. Box 507, 305 W. Mercury, Butte, MT 59701, 
406-723-4349 

Internet: 1^ 

Montana Workforce Services home page for job listings at http://jsd.dli.mt.gov/ 

For information on the Internet about the cities and towns of Butte, Divide, Melrose, and 

Walkerville, go to http://www.visitmt.com and click on "cities and towns." 

Montana Motor Vehicle Division: 
Drivers ' Licensing 
Butte— 3615 Wynne St., 406-533-6630 

Postsecondary Education Institutions: J 

Montana University System 

Montana Tech of the University of Montana, 1300 W. Park St., Butte, MT 59701, 
800-445-TECH, http://www.mtech.edu/ 

Montana Tech of the University of Montana College of Technology, 25 Basin Creek Road, 
Butte, MT 59701, 406-496-3707, http://www.mtech.edu/cot_tech/ 

f Newspaper: 

Montana Standard, 25 W. Granite St., Butte, MT 59701, 406-496-5500, 
http://www.montanastandard.com/ 

Public Library: ) 

Butte-Silver Bow Public Library, 226 W. Broadway, Butte, MT 59701-9224, 406-723-3361 

f Silver Bovv^ County Public Schools, Kindergarten through 12th Grade:^) 

Butte Public Schools, 1 1 1 N. Montana, Butte, MT 59701, 406-533-2501 
Divide Elementary, R O. Box 9, Divide, MT 59727, 406-782-8601 
Melrose Elementary, RO. Box 128, Melrose, MT 59743,406-835-3106 
Ramsay Elementary, R O. Box 105, Ramsay, MT 59748, 406-782-5470 



Montana Department of Labor & Industry's 
Research & Analysis Bureau 



For information on employment by industry, new businesses, labor market informa- 
tion, job projections, and hourly pay by occupation, contact our office at: 

P.O. Box 1728 Helena, MT 59624 

Phone: (406) 444-2430/Fax: (406) 444-2638 Toll Free: (800) 541-3904 

Or check out our website at: 

www.ourfactsyourfuture.org 

Be sure to check our location quotients for Silver Bow County on the website. Location quotients are a measure of the 
concentration of an industry's employment in Silver Bow County relative to the nation as a whole. A location quotient greater 
than 1 gfiierally indicates that the industry is 'more concentrated in Silver Bow County than in the nation ^s a whqje, whiles'? 
location quotient less than 1 indicates it is less concentrated in Silver Bow County than in the natimi aj 
a whole. 




Silver Bow County Farms and Ranches 



Total Farms and Ranches 

Oilseed & Grain Farming 

Vegetable & Melon Farming 

Fruit & Tree Nut Farming 

Greenhouse, Nursery & Floriculture Production 

Sugar Beets, Hay & All Other Crops 

Beef Cattle Ranching & Farming 

Cattle Feedlots 

Dairy Cattle & Milk Production 

Hog & Pig Farming 

Poultry & Egg Production 

Sheep & Goat Farming 

Animal Aquaculture & Other Animal Production 



155 

1 



2 

2 

16 

61 

2 

2 

2 

2 



65 



Source: USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service, 2002 Census of Agriculture. 



Silver Bow County Per 


Capita Personal Income 


Year 


$35,000 


Per Capita Personal Income 




%of 
National 
Average 


$30,000 
$25,000 
$20,000 
$15,000 
$10,000 
$5,000 












-' ' ' ' 


. ' ' ^^^ 


11--—— — — "^ 




--■U.S. 

— Silver Bow 


— 






$0 

c 
U.S. 


Silver Bow 
County 


%of 
National 
Average 


Year 


Silver Bow 
U.S. County 


2003 


$31,472 $26,522 


84% 


1996 


$24,175 $19,219 


79% 


2002 


$30,804 $25,517 


83% 


1995 


$23,076 $18,702 


81% 


2001 


$30,575 $24,777 


81% 


1994 


$22,172 $17,699 


80% 


2000 


$29,847 $22,691 


76% 


1993 


$21,346 $17,053 


80% 


1999 


$27,939 $21,648 


77% 


1992 


$20,854 $16,774 


80% 


1998 


$26,883 $21,652 


81% 


1991 


$19,892 $16,122 


81% 


1997 


$25,334 $21,238 


84% 


1990 


$19,477 $15,584 


80% 




Sou rce: U 
R egional 


.S. D epartm ent of Com 
E conom ic Inform ation 


m erce, B u 
System . 


reau of 
R eleased 


: conom ic A nalysis, 
Septem ber 2004. 





Silver Bow County Employment by Industry- 
Annual Averages 2004 



Industry 


# of Establish 
ments 


Average Annual 
Employment 


Annual Wages 
Paid 


Industry 


# of Establish 
ments 


Average Annual 
Employment 


Annual Wages 1 
Paid 1 


TOTAL ALL INDUSTRIES 


1226 


14596 


$415,850,129 


Air transportation 


2 


Non Disclosable | 


TOTAL PRIVATE 


1170 


12231 


$335,239,698 


Truck transportation 


18 


109 


$4,096,947 I 


AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY, FISHING & HUNTING 


6 


26 


$665,800 


Transit and ground passenger transport 


2 


Non Disclosable 1 


Crop production 


2 


Non Disclosable 


Pipeline transportation 


1 


Non Disclosable | 


Animal production 


3 


20 


$593,841 


Support activities for transportation 


7 


45 


$1,314,134 I 


Agriculture & forestry support 


1 


Non Disclosable 


Couriers and messengers 


4 


66 


$2,202,391 1 


MINING 


7 


408 


$19,205,306 


Warehousing and storage 


2 


Non Disclosable | 


Oil and gas extraction 


1 


Non Disclosable 


INFORMATION 


25 


347 


$11,946,821 I 


Mining, except oil and gas 


3 


Non Disclosable 


Publishing industries, except Internet 


5 


Non Disclosable | 


Support activities for mining 


3 


Non Disclosable 


Motion picture, sound recording industry 


2 


Non Disclosable | 


UTILITIES 


11 


563 


$34,909,403 


Broadcasting, except Internet 


5 


73 


$1,914,874 I 


CONSTRUCTION 


110 


456 


$14,577,004 


Telecommunications 


12 


125 


$6,131,665 1 


Construction of buildings 


35 


141 


$4,182,427 


ISPs, search portals, & data processing 


2 


Non Disclosable | 


Heavy and civil engineering construction 


12 


61 


$2,807,265 


FINANCE AND INSURANCE 


58 


299 


$11,096,023 I 


Specialty trade contractors 


63 


255 


$7,587,312 


Credit intermediation & related activity 


26 


193 


$5,964,718 1 


MANUFACTURING 


39 


552 


$22,051,178 


Securities, comm. contracts, investments 


10 


Non Disclosable | 


Food manufacturing 


7 


43 


$573,956 


Insurance carriers & related activities 


22 


65 


$2,600,793 


Beverage and tobacco product mfg 


3 


102 


$2,788,499 


REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AND LEASING 


43 


169 


$2,729,611 


Textile product mills 


1 


Non Disclosable 


Real estate 


31 


69 


$1,411,713 


Wood product manufacturing 


4 


14 


$222,724 


Rental and leasing services 


12 


100 


$1,317,898 


Printing and related support activities 


4 


28 


$600,909 


PROFESSIONAL AND TECHNICAL SERVICES 


104 


793 


$35,957,721 


Petroleum & coal products manufacturing 


1 


Non Disclosable 


MANAGEMENT OF COMPANIES AND ENTERPRISES 


1 


Non Disclosable | 


Chemical manufacturing 


3 


Non Disclosable 


ADMINISTRATIVE AND WASTE SERVICES 


56 


492 


$11,940,143 


Nonmetallic mineral product mfg 


3 


35 


$1,075,233 


Administrative and support services 


52 


459 


$11,050,450 


Primary metal manufacturing 


1 


Non Disclosable 


Waste management and remediation service 


4 


33 


$889,693 


Fabricated metal product manufacturing 


5 


36 


$784,042 


EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 


12 


137 


$1,650,688 


Machinery manufacturing 


1 


Non Disclosable 


HEALTH CARE AND SOCIAL ASSISTANCE 


153 


2389 


$64,603,021 


Furniture and related product mfg 


1 


Non Disclosable 


Ambulatory health care services 


98 


753 


$25,082,417 


Miscellaneous manufacturing 


6 


9 


$170,293 


Hospitals 


4 


787 


$25,600,083 


WHOLESALE TRADE 


53 


382 


$12,071,259 


Nursing and residential care facilities 


18 


541 


$8,667,843 


Merchant wholesalers, durable goods 


31 


191 


$6,082,886 


Social assistance 


34 


308 


$5,252,678 


Merchant wholesalers, nondurable goods 


15 


163 


$4,982,702 


ARTS, ENTERTAINMENT, AND RECREATION 


41 


370 


$4,588,379 


Electronic markets & agents and brokers 


7 


28 


$1,005,671 


Performing arts and spectator sports 


6 


35 


$492,700 


RETAIL TRADE 


170 


2178 


$44,312,028 


Museums, historical sites, zoos, & parks 


3 


23 


$180,941 


Motor vehicle and parts dealers 


25 


327 


$9,017,610 


Amusements, gambling, and recreation 


32 


311 


$3,914,738 


Furniture and home furnishings stores 


15 


88 


$2,796,678 


ACCOMMODATION AND FOOD SERVICES 


127 


1694 


$19,107,070 


Electronics and appliance stores 


9 


58 


$1,532,395 


Accommodation 


17 


361 


$4,135,523 


Building material & garden supply stores 


16 


129 
216 


$3,317,373 
ct4 cyn 077 


Food services and drinking places 


110 
^^^^^^^^H 120 


1334 
553 


$14,971,547 
ctq p7i r\-\A 


Health and personal care stores 


9 


62 


Cp't,D 1 \J,c.l 1 

$1,491,311 


Repair and maintenance 


41 


179 


Cpi7,£-/ 1 ,U 1 M- 

$3,836,531 


Gasoline stations ^^^^^| 


^^^F 


178 


$2,753,508 


Personal and laundry services ^^^^^^^| 


^^^F 


86 


$1,282,106 


Clothing and clothing accessories stores 


17 


65 


$847,900 


Membership associations & organizations 


48 


272 


$3,988,672 






115 


$1,209,208 


Private households 




17 


$163,705 


General merchandise stores 


9 


642 


$11,849,546 


TOTAL GOVERNMENT 


57 


2365 


$80,610,431 


Miscellaneous store retailers 


25 


256 


$3,943,491 


Local Government 


10 


1186 


$36,234,146 


Nonstore retailers 


9 


44 


$882,731 


State Government 


19 


870 


$28,898,392 


TRANSPORTATION AND WAREHOUSING 


36 


299 


$9,228,650 


Federal Government 


28 


309 


$15,477,893 


Source: Montana Department of Labor and Industry, Research and Analysis Bureau. (Totals may not add due to nondisclosure of confidential industry data or to rounding.) *This data is based on the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW) series which 
compiles data reported by all employers covered under Montana unemployment insurance.